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Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents. The Editor of the Broadford Courier." THE HEALTH OFFICER ON THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

[We do not hold ourselves responsib!e for opinions expressed by correspondents. ":ir Elit?nf :fir BI~i) liif'or ,.'icr. "TrE11 i EALTi'l OFFICER ON THE COUNCIL. S:m`.-lt is with great reluctance that i e.:".v rush into pint; but it ii only fair, I believet that the publc should ite .r utth sides of a ouestion. I tieer to my re ltions with the locai Council in the ca a ei/ty ol ilhaih Oficer. It: must be quit;i: Cr,, t to everyole as to the cause Vi this I rricion. ;A to'w members of the tontrit are tryd to ill.e n quiri y t, r to ith tricr whl re di,- cy-faruing is car riot ; ." ..' wit' rtr:rd to th - pollu:ion of the ".'dlay tLr?; both vory isIT," St¢n ,+he:r< ae ? I ', k ;'.,v wili arm''. \ y;, I dsine-,o; te ns to b: !:i..' on 'tih sianu ftl ?t, .as ,i re-' d ien to the ?.ic i:l lty, whi pa:Ly iu: a sa aryo" din: my duty; and lUins I int r:.I to du in ,pihe of those "' :"ml " e s ,he d !,ht i u stiditg inil iy, and ovho ,ersisl in bel pc, the :. er sup'ply foul, catne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

MIaidi Noticcs. B3lOADFOlRD Ha'9s Arrivaeat)lroadford from- (Daily.) Sonurne ... ... 830 6 ,.S jo 1 .6 R.e',iv Creek . - 6 -.lcten e ... ... I - 6 5 "to linays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. rrth !Cr.ek ark 6 5 [ha P..,t Creek . - 6 F':, -+.:-. . i - 6t :Pe.,-" .', ... - 65 l ,? Close at Brcadiorl'for (Daily.) .~A.. P. 1. I , a(-arom Melb.) "... a S ( eb.) ... - •s ... s 0 - - . :v.; 'wiednsdayas and Fridays., .Cree...... 8 So - Do ... ... :. . .. ... .::1.) 0 TALLAPIOOK. ftA?. 9l AT T:1I TALLAOROO: POST' o ''CE AS FOLLOWC S: n S as.m., and 4.30 p.m., daily. ,: o .2:?ol, Kerrisdale, Doogalook, . Ilseworsth. Alexandra, Gob ar, `.v, ,i. Doon, Merton, )laindampla, b,.:.. adt Kanmbra, ct 9 a.m., daily. F' aura .and Up train, at 11.30 a.m S7 -., daily. -- . t 9 m. and 7.r5'p.m., daily. F,.r ..:,r Loaf Creek, at 2 p.m.,jTues d- ridays only. ? l .?RIS E AS FOLLOWS : - '-tour at 7 a.m., daily. 'ourne and Down train, at 8.40 viat and Vea, at 9.45 a.m., daily S" trains, at 12.17 p.m., and 8.5 ,ns...

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Storycttes. Grave and Gay Epigrammatic and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

Siorycttes. Grave and Gay. Epigrammatic and Otherwise. Itomien, the famous Parisian wit, was one day caught in a shower, and forced to seek refuge in a doorway of the Opera Hlouse. It was six o'clock already, and he had an engagement at the Cafe de l'aris for that very hour. The rain fell in torrents. There was no carriage to be had. Ile had no umbrella. What was to be done ? While he was lamenting his bad luck, a gentleman with a large nmbrella passed by. itmieu rushed out and grasped the fellow by the arm, and gravely installed himself under the protesting umbrella. "I am overjoyed to see you." he immedi ately began; ' 1 have been looking for you for two weeks. I wanted to tell you about Clementine." Without giving the stranger time to ex. press his surprise, Itomieurattled away with gossip and anecdote until he had led his unknown companion to the door of the Cafe de Paris. Then he glanced at him with a face of well-feigned astonishment. "Pl'ardon, monsieur," he cried;" it seems ...

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Amateur Farming. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

Amateur Farming. A person on an amateur farm is, to a cer. tsin extent, ieolated, and is at the mre:y of various marauders that infest civilisation or, as I am .eeaking of amateur forming, perhaps I li on I say-semi civilieed society. Tramps,bh? k..gents, insurance soliciters and all that sot, of terror have the amateur farmer or his wife at their mercy. Even if you shout for help the neighbors are too dis tent to hear you. The book.agent is a terror, and sometimes a woman. The other week one of them came around, but nobody was at home, anod she contented herself with thrusting nodcor the door n cir cular describing the advantaces of a Eerial work entitled ' The Pictortil History of I Spain." But what interested me rost was a torn bit of paper which tLe agent had dropped unawares, and which was ao Sfollows. " pawIVTE aND COt'MmCnsTIAL." (N.B.-This most on no account be shown even to your best friend.) "It is unfortunately now the case that many persons object to call from a book age...

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CHAPTER XXV. WARD'S RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

CHAPTER XXV. WARD ' RIFLES. Round and round turns the wheel of life, with many a mad revolution for Amos Ward. lie is a man of energetic and combative temperament; one of that obstinate, hard headed breed that has been imported with others of his kin to clear the way for the Greater Britain which is t surely rising at the Antipodes. To sit down and bemoan hie fate, to cry and pine like a love sick scullery nrench becalso a wotmats's caprice stands between His Worship and earthly bliss I Pshaw I The M?yor of Auckland isa man of the world, in its most practicale work-a day sense. lie knows that Victorino Gayland has has spoken the fiat which has surely blasted every hope of his social existence. lie feels that something has gone out of his life; but forth from the utter loneliness within him rises his salva tion. lie must work ! Aye thi.t is it, Your Worship. Work has been the saviour of many a better man ere now. lie easts about hinm for something better to do. No ordinary work will ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

Auctions. Osborn E Eudson's Sales. OSBORN & HUDSON, Auctioneers and Estate Agents KILonRe. 11OLD STOCK SALES AS FOLLOW- BROADFORD,-At P. Bidatrup's yards. First Thursday in each month, Next sale, Tune 2 PYALONG.-At Cooke's Yards. Second Thursday in each month. Next sale, June 9. KILMORE YARDS-Every alternate Sa turda y Next sale, June 4. Entries Invited. Land and clearing sales promptly conducted. OSnORN & HUDSOn, Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, Kilmore. T HE MURRAY RIVER STOCK, STA TION AND COMMISSION AGENCY COMPANY, LIMITED. With which is incorporated "fBrown and Seward" andf " Chanteraind McKenzse.'" S-Capital ES£,ooo ;in .,o0oo hares of £; each: Subscribed Capital, £3o,coo. Hold sales as follows: Seymour, 1st Tuesday in each month. Clearing Sales and Private Sales conducted. W. H. TREVENA, Seymour Representative. Business Notices. THE "BROADFORD COURIER" is a First.class Weekly Newspaper Published on FRIDAY MORNINGS. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Quarter, 3s 3d; poste...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

Loe:tl ad ;ti i G lerl News. Acn:sowral En,?:or-tWe are desired by :Se hrt.'ry (A. 2i. L.oc ckie), tie .knor,w 1.id;e the ?r: cipjt Iof . a^, t". from lie.d T .- hcr, .t St:at. School 1'.2, Uppe;r Sunday ccrk, being the amount collretedbytha pupils of that s-hool, in aid of the Kihnore Hospital. LAnD Bo.sr--Wa would remind those iu'trested that the neat ltead Land Do?l.t tceeting wil I he hld at Sevnnur on Thnas. date tha 9th June. and that among- other "m porsa it matt:;s;the question of the altolition of the Bioadford Cuommon wi'! b taken int caneidetation. We understand the Shie Colltail intt nds to take action. IlAioarEssIcru-3Mr Lockeyecr, swhos advericsmesrt appears in an adjoining column, has removed his bnisness to appart me:rtts adjoining 3r W. llolewell't High Str.et. He d3ie Us .us: t s;:e that hre as a v.tt:ad .tao ta:lent of pretty .ler,: ph?t ictureal on tb?nd, ilur:tr; a t social anld ti.toricat a n.s. ar d at :. tig?re wh.ch shtanth! tempt :v * ryon'.: a h'.ve object...

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[COPYRIGHT.] Fernbrook's Double. A Romance of Maoriland. CHAPTER XXIV.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

COPrnIGHIIT.] Fernbrook's Double. A Romance of Maoriland. BI' .1TI,.1 T'ESTBUr? I': -+++-- CHPl' ER l XX'V.-(CoxrsrNED.) "Are you going away again, To CGa ?" "Yes, I am sorry to say, for 1 lad been looking fora quiet rest in this dear, dull. gloomy, old sea bound prison, where you and I weore cradled, Hilton Forubrook. a:,d where I intended listening to your wonderful experiences in other lands. Kiti Tuoi Merl. 1 must now post pone my pleasures for a more convernien seL'ason. " Why, pray?" : Mrs. Gayland is my patient. The physican did moe the honor to ascribe my friend's recovery to my excellent nursing rather than to his skill. Complimentary rather, but scarcely true. We are or dered a change of scene, and I am pledged to accompany my friend. Tote, I must go sir." "Where do you intend going ?" he asked. " To the wonderlan I of this wonder ful country-thei hot springs of Wairoa," she replies laughing. " For some monthls we intend to throw off the usages of civi. lisation, aind beco...

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TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. NORTH-EASTERN PREMIERSHIP [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

:-I-v0!,,R0W~~i h:ATCULES. N T.-.H AST..t 1 ti.MlOt.stt I iuat~rýd 't+i.t i,a at ,,.irauk.c ta unl' t r i:.' et!aait.. :ht thus. l: :;:!. I it:y Air oil I. tv.ar SSytn i'.,.;,ti i'! Ffl : °d" : l·rr·. ';:lvc·s are rc I Ull , !ei'J i'i 11e .'l il:· by etc P.M. Seymour at it naOla Ave n d at Loi'wou t liiitai.e a bye. !iiara't tiA'ct ITt` L'itahtuetiilt E,,5,"cuon v W;S:Sournr e i:,llt:,n v tit rcy South MIelbtoune v N. Melbourne Sat tilda v Geatstg Sic'n~jn d v Cal!lta'.oad Tout'ic'y v Williamstowi laort dt. lbsariit, ilscnlt 11 TrF 'ltOt1stiI'tt10to DIS.tSTti-ThO eOb. i tite Mlt aint' itn Lhnttntl diiiatar Kea I rat at ntei. tie rietie tIf theS irtariari Faootbal SPaln etio' at a roc.fnt tti n: by a liater 'enm the tan. tteussre and lIon mere tarv fthtl.rat i04ifnd. In th tratitt. af die at-ei. n t Ice.iia th ropols ''r'p e balaefr tih t',;.tiatt. itt' it that ttiata ba a etuoa toam ala, a i-tm cluab north and south of the rivear shtoul bie pl a'.ly in Wotncoday week ithe srndn btat...

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To the Editor of the Broadford Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 10 June 1892

To tle E?litor of the lBroadford Courier. Sin-The remarks made by meat the Council meeting as reported in ycur issue of the 27th ult evidently did not suit our HIealth Officer, Dr. Skinner, for after reading the paper he came to me in such a towering passion that I thought he was going to " horse whip " me. The language he used was certainly unbecom. ing a " Gentleman " and I was under the Ipainful necessity of telling him, that I would rot have such language usec'on m, plerises. lie received so little satisfaction from his interview with me that he would re quire to let off more steam, so I was not altogether surprised that he should take adrantage of the columns ofyour paper to do ro. lBut Sir, I was very much surprised that :;uch serious allegations against cer tain members of the Council should have been brought forward in a letter to you. Surely an officer, anxious to do his duty would make his charges at the proper quarter and demand an enquiry so tnat measures could be taken ...

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Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents. THE BROADFORD SHIRE COUNCIL. The Editors of the Broadford Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 10 June 1892

Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents. TIIE BROADFORD SHIRE COUNCIL. The .Rditor of tae Broadford Corier.' SIR,-Having read Dr. Skinner's letter in the last issue of your Journal, I think that not only will his allegations take a deal of answering but also that it is now a very opportune time to draw atten tion to several other matters which the Councillors may be able to explain at their next meeting, nobody. Expects wonders considering the small revenue at the Council's command, but the rate payers do expect that instead of bicker ing and lethargy, retarding as they do the progress of the Shire, affairs should be conducted in a buisness-like and prompt manner. Now as a resident of Broadford 1 wish to ask. I.-Why cannot the pollution of the Sunday and Dry Creeks by whomsoever caused be stopped at once? It seems that weeks and months are allowed to slip away without anything being done. 2.--Wby should not the Council repeat the...

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LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 10 June 1892

LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Longwood v Avenel-This match was played on the ground of the former, the re Slt being : Longwood, 4 goals; Avenel, 3 goals. Seymour v Benalla-The Seymour team played their'first premiership match on Sa:urday, when they met and defeated ]ienalla on, the ground of the latter. Em mett captained the visitors and E. laynes the home term. The game proved a very close and exciting one and resulted in a win for Seymour by one goal. The total scores were-Seymour, 5 goals, 4 hbehinds; Be uall.t, 4 goals, 9 behinds. Mr J. Taylor acted as ceutral umpire. Broadford v Tallarook-These teams met on the ground of the latter, in the presence of a fair number of spectators. Howden led the visitors and T. Doxey the homs team. On the bounce of the ball Tallarook rushed it forward, and playing well to ear:n other they at once placed the visitors on the defensive. G. White now put in good service for Broadfod, heading a fine rush,. but ltedlce was equal to the occasion, and marked...

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Football. NORTH-EASTERN PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 10 June 1892

Footba' . NORTsH-EASTERN' PREMIERSHIP. The following table shows the results of matches played for the North-Eastern Foot. ball Association premiership up to and in cluding last Satulray:- Club. a c 'i I ;mg5 0 -Taliarook ... 2 2 8 8 Seymour ... oo 4 4 l*Kilmore ... I 1 O 1 0 4 4 Broadford .. 2 1 0 415 B 4 Longwood ... 2 ic 4 4 8 4 Arenel ... o 3 8 o Benalla ... 2 2 6 8

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DEW AND FROST. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 10 June 1892

DEW AND FROST. WondorfulProductions of Nature that Puzzled the Ancient Philosophers. *--- -e- Interestng Pacts Rtegardlnx Their llstory and tle True Theory of Their Origin. The Curlone Phelnomena They E?hil,i andt the Erroneous lIns IdeConcerning Them. To the ancient pohilosophers the appear once of deivw nd frost was a complete mystery, and numerous were the theories a Iranced, by those scientifically inclined, to aecount for their production. and the in tiresting plhenomena they presented. Many, it is said, believed that the dew was nothing ,!se than-the tears shed by the Almighty upnoon our earth, and they regarded it as a s',cred ssntmane that lpossesse a number of wonderful and inexplicable properties. They oleo attributed to it many strange events sod curious manifestations that occurred in tlhose timts, anti some rilbbed it over their llodies in order to protect themselves from the evil spirit, whose malignant influence was held responsible for all the marvellous and unaccoun...

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Tour in Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 10 June 1892

Tour in Egypt. Ow the Ist Thursday of this month 2nd inst, the Rev. H. B-addock, the incum. bent of St. Matthew's, gave this second monthly lecture on a tour in Egypt. There was a good attendance. lie de scribed the street scenes of Cairo. and its ba aars. The orientals are intensely conservative in customs. The sakka, or watercarricr with his goatskin is acommon sight, reminding one of the lines of Isaiah and the Gos'el call " 11o, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the Waters." The sayce, or foot-couriers, clad in white and bearing wards are often seen running before thecarriages of the nobility, adding grace and dignity to the equlipage. Thus did the strong limb ed mountaineer of Gilead :-" Elijah girded up his loins and ran (t6 miles) be. fore Ahab" to honour his repentant King. " Shopping" is a tedious process. The Turk, crosslegged, smoking,. proffers al ways a tiny cup of coll e beore business. His prices have to be divided generally by 3 before arriving at the actual worth...

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Blackberry Culture. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 10 June 1892

RINl-tlei; nrry Clsillrc. The cultivation of the h!ackberry is aesen. tially the game as that of the raepberr,. They may be set either i: the autumu or the errirg. A rather dry soil is ptelrablo to a wet ont, and the EOud need not be as rich as for ti a raeheircy. The plante, too, need more room than the rsepberry riqe'ires, for they grow mere Ler.nching, and make larger s:ouls. The rows ought not to no nearer than eta ecct, and th. larger growoug hinds woou! do better it thel distance .e twcen the rocns wrer eight feet. Ii p!anted in auleumn, they will need winter protec tion. Wiero the inters are liable to be very cold, it is cd?sis?ale to guard against possible in?j.ry by Iprcotetirg all Euch thinge when it cant be redtily dbote. Laying down the plants and covering with elil is the beet and cheapest way of protc:ing etch canoe. The bla.kb rry hl? been greatly improved and quite widely cultivnted. Yet it is not upon as many farmos 0 it c;gLht to bs by a very long way. It should be...

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The Use of Salt. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 10 June 1892

..The Use ofS:llt. , We have received from a correspondent a letter making some irquiry into the use of salt, and we are given to understand that among other follies of the day some indiscreet persons are objecting to the use of salt, and Spurpose to do without it. Nothing could be more utterly absurd. B Common salt is the most widely distributed substance in the human body; it exists in every fluid and in every solid ; and not only is everywhere present, but almost every part of it constitutes the largest portion of the ash when any tissue is burnt. In particular it is a constant constituent of the blood, and it maintains in it a proportion that is almost wholly independent of the quantity con. s tumed with the food. Tne blood will take up so much and no more, however much we may take with our food; and, on the other hand, if none be given, the blood parts with its natural quantity slowly and unwillingly. Under ordinary circumstances a healthy man loses daily about twelve grains by...

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Mr. Stanley on Arrow Poison. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 10 June 1892

Mr. Stanley on Arrow Poison. Mr. II. M. Stspley, the African ezplorer, in a letter which was read at a recent meet ing of the Royal Gecgraphical Society, gave an cztremely interesting reference to the arrow pcicon employed by the natives of the Lower Congo district, and it efforded a curioues insight into the etrange perversions of knowledge by which the dlvance of civilisa tion are retarded. Mr. Stansey says they were much exercised as to what might be the poison on the heads of the arrowJ by whi:b Licot. Stairs and reveral others were wounded, and from the effects of which four persons died almost directly. The mystery wo solved by tinding at Arieibba several packets of dried red ants. The bodies of these ineects were dried, ground into pow. der, cooked in palm oil, and smeared on the points of arrows. It is well known that formie acid l:.ota in the ree rtate in red ants as well as in stinging nettles, and in several epceies' of caterpillars. "This acid is, in the pure state, so c...

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ODDS AND ENDS. Recollection. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 10 June 1892

ODDS AND ENDS. e.- Recollection. As when a player, weary of the day. Takes up his instrument and plays along, First aimlessly, until uonto some song, Heard long ago his fingers find the way The old tune bringing memories which lay Deep buried in the past, once glad and strong He feels again those joys around him', throng, And weeps erewhile to think they enonot stay; Bo I, sweary with the passing hours, In musing fell upon the name of one, Now dead and pone, who was once dear to me, And recollections, sweet as summer shodaers Came back, swift as the first, faint gleams that run. At dawn, across a great, gray waste of se, --llelliant Dartlett Tyler. Fourteen thousand openly professed Pro. testants belong to the sixty Protestant or. ganizatins in Spain. It is jeut eighteen years since the first Protestant chapel was opened in Madrid. According to official slatietice Paris last year consumed 4,000,000, eggs. It also drank 87,500,000 gallons of wine, 3.217.000 gallons of spirits and liq...

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The Broadford Courier, AND REEDY CREEK TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1892. A Remarkable Concession. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 10 June 1892

AND RsEDY CRss? TIMuS. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JUNE so, 1892. A IRemarkablo Concessior. Tan Bible-in-State-schools [question has its enthusiastic and invincible supporters in the Legislative Assem bly; and these are to be congratulated on the important concession made to them last week as the result of a brief but pointed debata. The House was brought to admit, by a majority of votes, that "it views with deep sorrow "and disapproval the continuance of "the absence of the name of our Lord "and Saviour from the Stats school "books, and requests the Minister of "Public Instruction to provide for the "issue, in future, of such books with " the expunged passages referring , his "name restored." This is, of course, the acquisition of but a small portion of the lost area mapped out by the Scrinture Education League for re covery. Yet it represents a most im portant triumph. It indicates a very decided change in the sentiment of the Assembly on the subject. And more, it is, to our m...

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